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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1967

RAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 18. 1987

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CAZ SCORES WINNING BASKET:
Knicks Tip Warriors;
Pistons Wreck Royals
NEW YORK (PR-Cazzie Rus- Francisco Warriors last night at'
sell dropped in a 30-foot jump Madison Square Garden.
shot in the last second to lift Russell, who led all scorers
the New York Knickerbockers tot with 23 points, had given ther

a 124-122 National Basketball As-
sociation victory over the San
USC RemainsE
On Top in AP
The team ranking, with points
figured on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1
basis for first through tenth places
(first place votes in parenthese)
and won lost records:

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1. Southern California (36) 5-0
2. Purdue (7) 5-0
3. UCLA 5-0
4. Colorado 4-0
. NorthCarolina St. (1) 5-0
6. Alabama 3-0-1
7. Tennessee 2-1
8. Georgia 3-1
s. Houston 3-1
10. Wyoming 5-0

532
389
325
280
222
109
88
87
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Knicks a 122-120 edge with 14
sceonds remaining but the War-
riors pulled even in the see-saw
finsh on Rudy LaRusso's layup
wit five seconds to go.
DETROIT (RP) - The Detroit
Pistons unveiled their "new look"
yesterday night with a 43-point
third period to crush the Cin-
cinnati Royals 131-108 in the Na-
tional Basketball Association
opener for both teams.
The Pistons, with six new faces
out of 12 players this season, were
sparked in the third period by
Dave Bing, last season's top
rookie in the NBA.
He threw -in 17 points, while
Dave DeBusschere added 10 and
John Tresvant nine to shoot De-
troit in front 101-84 after three
periods.
Jimmy Walker, the Pistons' No.
1 draft choice this year, joined
Bing with some brilliant passing
and floor play.
Bing finished with 35 points
and seven assists to pace Detroit.
Walker tossed in 10 points and
added 10 assists.
Deflusschere chipped in with 23
points and Tresvant 18 for the
winners.
NBA Standings

THE VANDALS
AND THE
DRO KENE EADS
. .Dave Weir
The richly-deep sonorous voice rang out across the sea of anony-
mity, composed of 103,210 faceless, nameless units of humanity (25
less that the record):
"Will U.P.I. correspondent Dave Weir please report to the press
box?"
I was standing outside the gate of the Stadium unable to obtain
press identification, and therefore unable to enter the press box.
Other notable rejects lingering around the press entrance
included Soapy (G. Mennen) Williams-who existed from 14 to
2 B. R. (Before Romney). Perhaps he too was unable tp obtain ID,
but they didn't page him.
The former head of state was clad in a traditionally-flashy
suit and a traditionally green-and-white polkadot tie.
As he was standing outside the gate, less than half of the passing
faces noticed him at all,dand a much smaller percentage stopped long
enough to shake his hand.
The entire scene reminded me of the late show tragedies in which
'he fallen political god ends up standing in the rain without an
umbrella.
Meanwhile, back at the ball park, I was still waiting out by the
gate, and the Big Voice was calling me inside. The main reason for
the paging was my incapability to get where I belonged without iden-
tification.
The main reason for my inability to get to where I was being
paged was my lack of identification to get where I belonged.
For three years I'd been listening to that Big Voice, calling
out the names and numbers of various celebrities. Like, "Will
doctor number 319657 call nurse 662244 immediately?"
For three years, my greatest dream was to hear my number
echoing out across the Big Bowl. "Will 9577885 please call nurse
662244?' (Of course, since they've changed the ID cards, it'd
have to be: "Will 374-50-6596-0 please call .. .
And then, on that warm, sunny Saturday it happened. And he
didn't even use my number; he called out my actual name. -
It sort of would've made it all worth while. You know, all those
cards and forms and blanks with the space for my number; all those
long lines and big lecture halls and feelings of powerlessness, of
alienation from Window A ..
... all those times the sweet corrupted voice of the raggedy lady
behind the desk said "Are you sure your forms are correct?" three
months before the note in the mail said "We regret to inform you
that your forms came back . . . there must have been some error .
.... all those times the girl at the registration impasse said
"You'll have to go to 203 Administration Building," where they then
said "You'll have to go down to room 114," where they only had
A-L and said "Yours are in room 117" where they sent you to
Window A, which only held a sign which said "Next window
please" which meant punt .. .
... it might have been worth all of that if I'd only heard the
Big Voice. gut unfortunately the loudspeaker system doesn't carry
(See VANDALS, Page 9)

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Why should you,
confide in a guy
you've never met
before?

Because the guy we're talking
about is a college recruiter from
Alcoa. And the only way to play it
is honestly.
He'll be on campus in a couple of
days. And here's what we recom-
mend you do at the interview.
First, lay your cards on the table.
Tell him what kind of work would
really turn you on.
Then, sit back and listen while he
explains how your plans figure
into Alcoa's plans. (You'll be
surprised how versatile
Aluminum Company of America
can be.)
Change for the better
with Alcoa

So make it a point to meet Alcoa's
recruiter. He's a confidence man
you can really trust.
Interview date:
rriday, October 27
An Equal Opportunity Employer
A Plans for Progress Company
IALCDA

Others receiving votes, listed al-
phabetically: Arizona State, Army,
Auburn, Brigham Young, Indiana,
Louisiana State, Michigan State,
Minnesota, Mississippi, Navy, Ne-
braska, Notre Dame, Penn State
Rice, Texas. Texas Tech, Washing-
ton.
Sj
HEA TED G9ANVDSTANI)

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Eastern Divsion
W
Boston. ...............1
New York .............1
Detroit.................1
Baltimore..............0
Philadelphia0............
Cincinnati . ............. 0
Western Division
x-St. Louis.......1
Los Angeles.1
San Francisco..........1
Seattle.................0
x San Diego ........0
Chicago... ...........0
x-Game incomplete

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0
0
0
0
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1.000
1.000
1.000
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Yesterday's Results
Detroit 136, Cincinnati 108.
New York 124, San Francisco 122.
Los Angeles 107, Chicago 105.,
St. Louis at San Diego, Inc.

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WASHINGTON, D.C.

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OCTOBER 21

buses:
$22.50 round trip

cars:
cars and drivers
urgently needed

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Come to the Fishbowl or call 769-0120 ..0

. 9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.

after 6:00 P.M. call 663-9564
Tonight:
Meeting for those who plan to SIT-IN
Wed., Oct. 18, 8:00 P.M. at Guild House, 802 Monroe

If you want a business career with all the growing room in the world,
we have a suggestion.
Start with Humble and you start with the company that supplies
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Start with Humble and you start with the principal U.S. affiliate of
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Look into Humble's wide-scope careers in transportation, manu-
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We'll stretch your capabilities. Put you on your own a little too
soon. Get the best you can give. But you'll always be glad you
didn't settle for anything less than No. 1. Make a date now with your

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Program in D.C..

Information in D.C.:
Mobilization: 202-387-3626
Legal: 202-483-2150

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Rally at Lincoln Memorial
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